Larry Stroman, AIEE secretary; Ken Segars,
vice chairman; Bob Scott, chairman; M. G.
Culver, IRE secretary. Not pictured, G. M.
E. E. Features Speakers
1 he Society of Electrical Engineers has for its
objective the establishment of an important link
between industry and the classroom. Meetings, centered around prominent speakers in the engineering
field, aid in this development.
FRONT: Stan Fleetwood, Sam Oliver, Fount McKee, Robert Cunningham, Jeff Bruning, Larry
Stroman, Thomas Nichols, Robert Boldman. SECOND: Jim Bebesta, Lonnie Moseley, Norman
Spaulding, Rudy Stafancik, Robert Scott, Dave McMillin, Kenneth Segars, Herbert Hickman,
T. N. Whitaker (sponsor), R. P. Edrington. BACK: Paul Engelbrecht, Billye Redwine, Claude
Kirby, Merril Culver, Robert George, Charles Richter, Donnell Davis, W. T. Kittinger (sponsor),
W. L. Anderson (sponsor).
Society Holds Seminar
Oigma Pi Sigma, which is the only national
physics honor society, was chartered at the University in 1956.'
The society, which admits only the most distinguished undergraduates and graduates, requires
a 3.5 average in all physics courses for membership. During the school year, the group sponsored
a seminar series in physics.
FRONT: Graves, North, Rasmussen, Hutchinson, Hatfield, Schumann. SECOND: Romberg,
Castellanos, Johnson, Rider (sponsor), Lipson, Allred, H. Reynolds. THIRD: Morrison, Millar,
Lindley Kennedy, Faas, Atkinson, Hildebrandt. BACK: J. L. Smith, Rowland, C Reynolds,
Kettig, Pierson, Nagai.